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This is an alphabet partner game that will help with the standard: identify and match all upper and lower case letters of the alphabet out of sequence.
This "Shooting for the Stars" themed alphabet game is perfect for a literacy center, or it can be used for an individual mastery check of the standard. The game board is perfect for a file folder game, as it can easily be stapled on the inside. An adorable cover is also included, and is intended to be stapled to the front of the file folder.
Students will take turns pulling a lower case letter from the stack. They will then match the lower case letter with the upper case letter on the board. If they get it right, they will receive an explorer card. The student with the most explorer cards is the winner.
WOW! Thanks for an awesome freebie! I can't wait to use this in the fall. It is so kind of you to freely share this product with others. It is such a tremendous help to those who spend so much money out of pocket each year to provide fun, engaging products for our students. ALL of your items are very reasonably priced, so this freebie is just an added bonus. I truly hope you are greatly blessed for your generosity in sharing free and low priced items with other teachers!!
I love all of your products!! They are all so cute and I love the graphics. I look forward to using your products with my students!!!
July 4, 2012
Thanks for the freebie! When your just starting out in teaching these freebies are great.
This is a super cute idea for a game. Thank you for making it a freebie.
May 3, 2012
You did a great job on the concept of the game and the graphics are great.
The only drawback is the font used for the alphabet.
I teach pre-k and the students need a more uniform font because they are just learning letter names.
18 years- I have taught everything from Title 1 math teacher, to EIP teacher, to third and fourth grade homeroom teacher. I live and teach in the metro Atlanta area. I currently teach fourth grade and love it!